Low-Dimensional Group III-V Compound Semiconductor Structures

  title={Low-Dimensional Group III-V Compound Semiconductor Structures},
  author={Nobuhiko P. Kobayashi},
1.1 Epitaxial Growth Epitaxial growth of inorganic materials in the form of single-crystal thin films can be viewed as a special case of crystal growth that is essentially a first-order phase transition exhibited by a wide range of single chemical elements and a variety of compounds including insulator, metals, and semiconductors. Epitaxial growth of thin films can also be viewed as a unique case of those among various deposition processes of thin films. Epitaxial growth of thin films requires… CONTINUE READING


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